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FOX News
Jan 9, 2010 2:00pm EST
of the united states from 2007 to 2009. he joins me now. judge mukasey, welcome. >> good to be here, paul. >> you wrote this week that you don't think that abuell umar farouk abdulmutallab should have been charged in criminal court. >> the principal question is timing not where he ultimately wound up, it's secondary, but he should have been taken designated an unlawful enemy cot b bah-- combatant. or a belligerent-- >> sounds like a new yorker. >> and intent on intelligence gathering, he knew who put him on the plane and mixed up the stuff that he had in his underpants and he knew who had trained, radicalized him and so forth. he had a wealth of information weeks' never going toware about that and we're certainly not going to hair about it in a timely way and the failure to do that i think was major, major gaffe. >> paul: the argument from the administration, if he was named an enemy combatant he would have the right under a supreme court hearing to have an habesa hearing and could he be released. >> an habeas could only challenge the confinement. given the fact he was apprehended with a
FOX News
Jan 2, 2010 2:00pm EST
'm predicting there is the possibility of an independent or third party movement emerging in the united states. i know they're usually hopeless, but look what's been going on not just in congress, but the legislatures in california, new york, new jersey are in a state of crisis and i think there is a crisis of governance emerging in the united states and that the american people are upset not just at the democrats, but at the republicans. so, if some billionaire steps forward to run, i'm not going to be shocked. >> paul: dorothy. >> well, as we were speaking earlier, there is the plan afoot to move 112 prisoners from guantanamo bay, the closing which is the signature moral issue of the obama administration to a rural place in illinois, chicago, thompsonville. my prediction is if this will happen there will be an instant of riotous outbreaks from the left and anti-war demonstrators in the streets. the prisoners themselves will be complaining bitterly. >> paul: in the streets of thompsonville. >> in the streets of thompsonville, the diet, lack of facilities for religious observance and the a.c.l
FOX News
Jan 9, 2010 11:00pm EST
being released in the united states? >> yes. >> paul: how would that work? >> someone would bring habeas proceeding. some federal judge would decide whether the evidence presented to him, again some of this may be classified evidence that either can't be presented or only in redacted form. isn't sufficient to justify holding him. then he's going to have to be released. the question becomes then where he's released? ideally he should be deported. if no country is willing to take him the supreme court case, puts a six month limit on how long we can hold him. even the supreme court said, we're not talking about terrorism cases. these things have a way of ratcheting up and becoming -- i don't though whether that little exception [ inaudible ] is seen as an exception would hold. >> paul: as long as guantanamo is open if you have that hearing it could be held there indefinitely while looking for a place outside the united states where they could be held. >> i stress, held under humane conditions. it is a very well run, professionally run facility. all the skills running are going to have to be
FOX News
Jan 2, 2010 11:00pm EST
of governance emerging in the united states and that the american people are upset. not just at the democrats but at the republicans. so if some billionaire steps forward to run, i'm not going to be shocked. >> paul: dorothy? >> as we were speaking earlier, there is a plan afoot to move 112 prisoners to guantanamo bay, the closure of which is a signature moral issue of the obama administration to a little rural place in illinois, chicago. thompsonville. and my prediction for this year is if this happens, there will be an instant upsurge of riot outbreaks from the left and anti-war demonstrators in the streets. the prisoners themselves will be come plange bitterly -- >> in the streets of thompsonville. >> in the streets of thompsonville, about their diet, lack of facility for religious observance and the acl u will take their cases. in the midst of the turmoil, we will see presidential obama and eric holder declaring this is a big thing for american values. >> paul: can't wait. jason? >> my prediction is supreme court -- president obama will get another supreme court pick when justice ginsber
FOX News
Jan 30, 2010 2:00pm EST
in massachusetts were opposed to trials being held in the united states. to have the terrorist trials to be held in civilian court. that plus the detroit bombing on christmas day which the administration totally mishandled and has continued to mishandle, i think the democrats in the congress, you know, are genuinely getting nervous. i thought from day one, i said this was the most irresponsible decision any president ever made to hold these trials in new york city. and democrats were lined up hyped the president almost 100%. it's only in the last week to two weeks that they started to really feel the heat and they've started to read the political tea leaves. so, whatever the reason is whether it's coming out of new york, i don't think it should be in any civilian court in the united states. >> paul: that's a question i want to ask because the president white house spokesman let it be known they want it to be a civilian trial, the marrow posed to it and democratic senators, but maybe somewhere else. you're saying no way, you don't want them to be tried as civilians at all. >> i think it's wrong a
FOX News
Jan 16, 2010 2:00pm EST
in the pacific, did a fantastic job and didn't help the image of the united states. it's right to do so-and-so we do it. >> we're the most generous, our private companies and corporations go out of their way to help the poor and devastated. >> and i'm glad they're doing so once again, you know, david, normally i am not for corporate charitable giving because after all, shareholders own a company and shareholders are rarely consulted on corporate giving, but this is a humanitarian disaster and calls for an exception, the one thing i would like to see is that the credit is widespread. we the people are the shareholder of this company. i think what this demonstrates is not just corporations, but the american big heart. and i, you know, maybe this sounds a little bit too mathematical, but i would love to see people get tax deductions if their shareholders in these companies that give. they should get a prorated way to deduct their charitable giving from taxes. >> jon: quentin, what do you think? >> i think at times like this, it is important to remember, well, matthew 6-2 from the sermon on the moun
FOX News
Jan 30, 2010 11:00pm EST
people in massachusetts areweosd opposed to trials being held in the united states. the terrorist trials held inso the court.ia the detroit bombing onthatlus te christmas day which theombi administration totallychristmas mishandled and has continued to mishandle, i think theo democrats and the congress are genuinely getting nervous.i th i said from day one, this is w the most irresponsibleonbl decision any president made to e hold these trials in new yorkewy city. democrats were lined up behind the president almost 100%. it is only in the last week to two weeks they really decidedref to feel the heat and theyd started to read the political tea leaves. whatever the reason, i'm glads it is coming out of new york.w i don't think it should be in any civilian court anywhere in the un. >> that's the question i want to ask. the white house spokesman has let it be known that they want this to be a civilian terror trial. maybe not in manhattan withito the mayor opposed to it and civa some of the democraticar senators, but maybe somewhere else. you are saying no way you want -- you don't want them
FOX News
Jan 23, 2010 11:00pm EST
making internet freedom a policy priority for the united states because fierce the system was being hacked into as well as ire yn's efforts to suppression f the internet there. and what is interesting is back in 1998 hillary clinton said the internet had to be rethought and now, if today because of what is going on she's seen a larger social freedom issues involved here this is a huge hit. >> all right, james. >> i have a miss for the transportation security administration. 22-year-old going through airport security in philadelphia. tsa agent pulled a plastic bag containing white powder out of the carry on demanding to know where she'd gotten it. it turned out tsa planlted it on her as a joke. saying he lost his job, but i think there should be criminal charges against this guy so he can be named and made an example oof and kim? >> a super slimey mix to former president candidate john edwards this, is a guy who has an affair, denying he has an affair, when he finally gets caught and has to admit it convinces an aide to step forward to say the baby was his, and now, only now, it's ma
FOX News
Jan 23, 2010 2:00pm EST
policy priority for united states. this is an issue of course because google fears its system in china was hacked into as well as iran's efforts this year to suppress the internet curing a pro democracy demonstration there. what's interesting, back in 1998 at the height of the clinton scandals, hillary clinton said that the internet had to be rethought. now, if in fact, because of what's going on she has seen the larger social freedom issues involved here, this is a huge hit for secretary clinton. >> paul: james. >> i have a miss for the transportation security administration. 22-year-old rebecca solomon was going through airport security in philadelphia when a tsa agent pulled a plastic bag carrying white powder where she'd gotten it. it turned out the tsa guy planted it on her as a joke. and the tsa says the guy lost his jobben can't name him because of privacy laws. i think they should be criminal charged so there can be a name a and-- >> kim. >> a slimy miss to john edward. this is a guy vehement ly denie the affair and when he's having an aide step forward and say the baby is his
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